Official Proceedings...: Annual Convention of the International Acetylene Association

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Page 104 - It has been regularly moved and seconded that the secretary be instructed to cast the unanimous vote of this body for Howard Leonard, of Woodford County, for president.
Page 166 - It has been moved and seconded that the Secretary be instructed to cast the unanimous vote of this convention for Mr. IW Haws for President for the ensuing year. All those in favor of it* make it manifest by saying AYE.
Page 165 - It has been moved and seconded that the rules be suspended and that the Secretary be instructed to cast the unanimous vote -of this convention for the Honorable JA Ollis, Second Vice-President. All those in favor make it manifest by saying AYE. Contrary, NO.
Page 164 - Gentlemen, you have heard the report of the Auditing Committee. What is your pleasure...
Page 23 - It is regularly moved and seconded that the Treasurer's report be accepted as read. All in favor signify by saying aye.
Page 113 - The highest temperature of the best solid fuel furnaces is about 3,000 F. The oxy-hydrogen, which was the hottest of the gas flames, is something less than 4,000 F. The oxy-acetylene flame jumps this temperature more than 2,000 F. to about 6,300 F., being more than double the hottest solid fuel heat known. As acetylene produces about five times more heat per cubic foot than hydrogen, and nearly doubles it in intensity, a marvelously powerful flame is condensed into very small volume. Compared to...
Page 60 - If there is no further discussion on this paper we will proceed to the next one, which is entitled "Sewage Disposal, an Experiment and an Experience,
Page 97 - THE CHAIRMAN: It has been regularly moved and seconded that a committee of three .be appointed by the chair to make a canvass of the membership of the American Wood-Preservers...
Page 30 - ... (a) A water-proof structure or receptacle, having the bottom raised at least twelve inches above the ground and located at least ten feet from any building or, (b) A movable magazine constructed of not less than number 18 B.

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